WELLTON, AZ - A man in southern Arizona is being held on a bond of nearly $100,000 after he allegedly showed up at his ex-wife's house with a shotgun and the gun fired during a struggle with sheriff's deputies.
According to the Yuma County Sheriff's Office, on Saturday night deputies responded to a home in Wellton, Arizona where 69-year-old Larry Noll was trying to get into his ex-wife's home and threatening the victim with a shotgun.
Authorities say Noll was intoxicated and armed with a short double-barreled shotgun.
Deputies got Noll to put the shotgun down at his side but he resisted arrested.
He was taken into custody after deputies deployed a stun gun and with the help of Border Patrol agents.
Sometime during the struggle the shotgun unintentionally discharged but no one was struck, authorities said.
Noll was found to be a prohibited firearms possessor and was booked into the Yuma County Detention Center for burglary, various weapons offenses and multiple domestic violence charges.
He is being held with a bond of $91,587.90, according to authorities.